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Audio Book Sample From 'Bad Love Strikes' By Kevin Schewe
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Audio Book Sample From 'Bad Love Strikes' By Kevin ScheweThe Bestselling ‘Bad Love Strikes,’ Now Available in an Audiobook: Feel-Good Sci-Fi Combines Factual History with Fun Adventure!Denver, CO – 'BAD LOVE STRIKES' by Denver doctor Kevin L. Schewe is now available in an audiobook. 'Bad Love Strikes is an enjoyable romp that balances the delicate subject matter of a dark time in history, with the adventurous hope of youth. Watch the book trailer here: http://j.mp/BadLoveStrikesTrailer The teens, known as the Bad Love Gang, discover The White Hole project, a “backup plan” time travel machine created by Roosevelt in case the bomb failed. Because it’s made to go back to the WWII years, the teens come up with a mission to save Jews and Gypsies from the Holocaust in November 1944 by using a U.S. Air Force B-17 bomber that was known as "The Phantom Fortress." A soundtrack of suggested songs the reader can listen to throughout adds a nostalgic backdrop to the storyline.“I have a music-centered brain, and I tend to think in musical terms,” says Schewe. “If you have music in the background of a story, it makes it more real, adds more feeling. It’s kind of like a movie soundtrack.”Schewe, who has a background in physics, has always loved stories about time travel. Last year, he read a documentary on the true story of the Phantom Fortress. The plane, a WWII, B-17 bomber, landed by itself, had no crew on board, and appeared to have transported them through time and space back to their home base, where they were later found, not actually knowing the true fate of their plane.“That made me think, ‘What if they time traveled?’” said Schewe, and his story was born. He wrote it in three months, drawing from his vast knowledge of history, and found a publisher immediately. When asked why he chose a softer approach to such a serious topic as the holocaust, Schewe was ready with an answer:

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